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Dear father thank you for this life
Hey mother why aren't you his wife
You expect respect from me
Where's your responsibility
I'm your responsibility
You're my responsibility, right now
And I'm shouting, oh
Turn around and you have found
The shit now left by you
What it takes and your mistakes
Point only at you two
What the fuck has happened
To this thing called family life
Why weren't we the Grizzwalds
And why was I denied
When I was alone and down
You weren't there for me
This simple life lesson is all
That's taught the modern family
A united front is what
We claim for respectability
I'll walk around and I will shout
Hey, what about me
Oh oh oh, hey what about me
Oh oh oh, hey what about me
Oh oh oh, hey what about me
Go
Oh oh oh, hey what about me
Oh oh oh, hey what about me
Oh oh oh, hey what about me
Dear father you can leave me be
And hey mom you ain't no mom to me
You expect respect from me
Where's your responsibility I'm your responsibility
You're my responsibility, right now
And I'm shouting, oh



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